If Food Is Medicine, Then Sun Basket Wants To Be The Prescription

Getty Adam Zbar founded Sun Basket because he hated losing weight. Zbar had always been athletic. He surfed, he skied, he ran marathons. But while running his last startup, he gained fifty pounds. Then he turned forty. All his vital signs were discouraging. So his doctor gave him an ultimatum: Change your diet or suffer the consequences. Zbar did so, but he, “had no tools, so I built my own. I started eating radically healthy…I’m left-handed, and I started eating with my right…The challenge was that it was healthy, but…

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Coffee Nutrition: Amazing Coffee Nutrition Facts And Health Benefits

If the smell of freshly brewed coffee brings a smile on your face, then read on. Coffee happens to be one of the most loved beverages across the world. The coffee that we drink is derived from dark brown aromatic beans that grow on coffee trees. Origins of the coffee plant coffea can be traced back to Sudan and Ethiopia, Madagascar, Mauritius and Reunion in the Indian Ocean. It is now cultivated across the world and is the second most consumed drink worldwide after water. There are primarily two varieties…

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A New Food System At The Intersection Of Purpose And Profit

Today’s food system is rife with paradox. We have enough food in the world to feed every mouth, yet 821 million people go hungry every day. We lose or waste 1.3 billion metric tons of produce each year, yet half the global population does not eat a properly nutritious diet. Our food system depends on mitigating climate change, yet agriculture and land-use activities contribute about a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions. Why? These are the unintended consequences of our industrialized food system. Amidst structures optimized to maximize the production,…

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Turnover accommodation and food services 0.4 percent up

Turnover in the sector accommodation and food services (previously known as the sector hotels and restaurants) rose by 0.4 percent in Q3 2018 relative to the preceding quarter. As reported by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), this is due to price increases. The volume of sales (food, refreshments and/or overnight stays) fell by 0.7 percent. Turnover in food and beverage services increased by 0.5 percent against 0.3 percent growth in accommodation services. For more than five consecutive years, turnover in the sector has increased each quarter. TurnoverVolume (turnover adjusted for price developments)Quarter…

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Jacqueline Fernandez looks rather cute in this striped shirt-skirt combo

From body-hugging androgynous outfits to cute polka dots, Jacqueline Fernandez is one fashionista who covers all her bases well. Recently, Fernandez was spotted in an adorable striped shirt and skirt combo. She kept her look cool and casual and paired it with a pair of pink flip-flops. Hair left loose, a nude palette rounded out her look well. Advertising With a book in her hand and coy expressions for the camera, the actor turned heads. We think she looked rather cute. Check the pictures here. Jacqueline Fernandez rarely disappoints with her sartorial…

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Clam & Cork, Doncaster: ‘A small seafood café doing lovely things’ – restaurant review

Twenty-five years ago, when my time was cheap and work scarce, I spent three days as a reporter in the old Bull Ring Market in Birmingham. The built, scuffed, graffiti-strewn, urine-splashed environment was due for demolition to make way for the glossy city centre that now occupies the space. Few were prepared to mourn the grey concrete sprawl, with its shadowed underpasses, but it housed a unique retail culture that deserved to be recorded before it went. I was sent to do the recording. There were the lines of flower…

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Four pumpkin recipes for Halloween

Bonfire pumpkin pie with harissa (pictured above) Prep 20 min Cook 1 hr Serves 8 For the tomato sauce 2 tbsp olive oil 2 red onions, chopped 2 garlic cloves, chopped ½ tsp fennel seeds 1 tsp cumin seeds 2 tsp ground coriander 2 x 400g tins chopped tomatoes Pinch of salt 1 tbsp soft brown sugar 1 small pumpkin or 1 medium butternut squash, peeled and deseeded 3 large parsnips, scrubbed and trimmed 2 red peppers, deseeded 1 red onion, cut into wedges 2–3 tbsp harissa 2 tbsp olive…

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Food Vs. Fuel: What Trump’s Ethanol Policy Means For The Food System

The Environmental Protection Agency is moving forward with President Trump’s directive to lift a federal ban on high ethanol blended gas during the summer months, though not quickly enough for Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, who Reuters reports is urging the EPA to lift the ban on a much quicker timeline. Lifting the ban is a policy shift that’s being celebrated by large-scale corn growers and decried by biofuel opponents. But the policy has implications for the food system too, as many food system reformers say the last thing U.S. farmers should…

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Find your food village – and a spring breakfast bowl recipe

We believe in really experiencing our food – growing our own vegetables, gathering from the wild, sourcing produce from local farmers and making big, beautiful meals with all that we have found – and these are such joyful experiences for us. But what makes them even better is doing them with other people. Growing, gathering, preserving, pickling, cooking and eating are all so much better when shared with your village. In fact, most of the experiences that life has to offer are better when shared with the people you love!…

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10 lesser-known North-Eastern dishes that momo lovers should never miss

1. 10 lesser known North-Eastern dishes The very moment we talk about North Eastern dishes the only name that comes to our mind is Momos. We often associate North Eastern food with momos, when actually there are a lot more dishes, we barely know about. North East is surprisingly home to some deliciously unique delicacies. There is a large variety of food that these 7 sisters have to offer. You can find simple seasonal stew, subtly flavored boiled food and bursting masalas, bringing a wide range of variation to the…

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